Question about Dyson DC07 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
You dont need to replace with new motor,i just replace the brushes not had no problem yet..
Posted on Dec 07, 2011
Replacing the carbon brushes requires some skill if you want them to run with out arcing and to last well,
1 You need the commutator not to be buckled,
2 Run the motor with new brushes and apply comm sticks to commutator just in front of carbon brush so to dragging it in under the leading edge of brush
3 The motor must be run under a load applied and off for a couple of minutes but careful not to burn it out, if you still have arcing from the brush repeat from step 2 and be patient.. www.dysonpeople.co.uk
Posted on Apr 26, 2013
You may have to replace the whole motor. Dyson and all other compnay have gone to complete motor replacements. If carbon wear out, it a sign that the cominutator of the armature is bad. Simply put a new motor runs about $85.00 to $125.00 for a Dyson
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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